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Joseph W. Esherick, C.X. George Wei,China: How the Empire Fell, 2013-11

Editor: Joseph W. Esherick, C.X. George Wei

Publisher: Routledge

Publication Date: 2013-11

ISBN: 9780415831017

This book is a collection of twelve papers that divided into five parts: The Challenges of Reform, The Sichuan Railway Crisis: Prelude to Revolution, Hubei Reforms and the Wuchang Uprising, Qing Officials and the Revolution, Yuan Shikai, The Revolution and the Frontier. These studies examine the internal dynamics of political and socio-economic change in China. The chapters reveal how reforms in education, army organization, and constitutional rule created new social forces and political movements that undermined dynastic legitimacy within China and on its frontiers. This book is one of the “Asia’s Transformations” series.

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